The Series B Round will be used to accelerate the growth of Medically Home's virtual hospital model that serves a USD200bn addressable hospital at home
market, support scaling efforts as well as to realise a common vision of enabling cost-effective, patient-centric care.
It also features the Hospital at Home
Program licensed by Johns Hopkins University which includes 24-7 tele-monitoring to serve healthy, acute and chronic conditions.
includes 24-7 physician driven Hospital at Home
Program licensed by Johns
The new Hospital at Home
service at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust means patients with COPD can be treated from their own living rooms by a specialist team of community respiratory staff of nurses, physiotherapists and consultants.
Denise Donnelly took up the campaign after being inspired by thoughts of dying children while she had lifesaving treatment in hospital at home
Medical transport: transportation SMUR (primary and secondary), transport of persons supported in the context of a hospital at home
on the sector of Lisieux, the various transport and transport intramural, patients supported in the framework of a hospital at home
on the sector Vimoutier.
The Betsi Cadwaladr NHS Trust is to be applauded for having the courage to implement Hospital at Home
(HAH) schemes across North Wales.
Patients admitted to the Hospital at Home
program offered by Presbyterian Healthcare Services in Albuquerque, N.M., have the same clinical outcomes as their inpatient peers, although their length of stay is shorter.
This concern is the perfect example of why Dr Bruce Leff developed the John Hopkins Hospital at Home
ProgramME, and why Mobile Doctors 24-7 International provides a around-the clock physician helpline health care service that will integrate care delivery systems.
If successful, the Hospital At Home
scheme being piloted at University Hospital, Birmingham, could be launched nationwide in a bid to reduce both bedblocking and the risk of hospital infection.
The Hospital at Home
scheme will see youngsters visited by medical staff in the first 48 to 72 hours.
Rugby's Children's Hospital At Home
team, led by nurses Margaret Simmons and Rosie McDonnell, have been presented with a Nursing Times award for their management of acutely-ill children in the community.